Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Camera Raw preferences, part of Bridge CS6 for Photographers.
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If you're taking advantage of your digital camera's raw capture capability, …then you'll be using Adobe Camera Raw in the context of Bridge. …And Photoshop in many cases, to process those images. …Therefore, you may want to take a look at the Camera Raw preferences that effect …some of the behavior related to raw captures in Adobe Bridge. …To get started, we'll choose Edit from the menu, and then Camera Raw Preferences. …The first option is where we want to save the image settings. …In other words, as you adjust the various settings that change the appearance of …your photo in Adobe Camera Raw, where do you want that information to be stored? …My recommendation is to use the Sidecar XMP files options so that the information …about the adjustments you are applying in Adobe Camera Raw will be included in a …small file that is located in the same folder.…
And with the same basic file name as the original raw capture. …The other option is to save all of those settings in the Camera Raw database, but …
- Downloading images
- Bridge and Camera Raw preferences
- Sorting and rotating images
- Basic image review
- Ratings and labels
- Working with metadata
- Adding keywords
- Using collections
- Processing and sharing images
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1. Getting Started
2. Organization Basics
3. Getting More Organized
4. Processing and Sharing Images
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